Trey Gowdy grappled with Fox News host Sean Hannity about whether the Justice Department inspector general’s investigation into alleged government surveillance abuses will result in indictments.
Gowdy, a former congressman and federal prosecutor who is now a Fox News contributor, has been tamping down expectations for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act application report, the first draft of which was submitted to Attorney General William Barr for a classification review on Friday.
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In an interview Friday, Hannity prompted Gowdy to react to his belief that the FBI was involved in “premeditated fraud” by knowingly misleading the FISA Court in using British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s unverified dossier to obtain warrants to surveil onetime Trump campaign adviser Carter Page in late 2016 to 2017.
“Let’s assume that I didn’t tell the court something. The remedy for me is not indictment,” he said.https://t.co/WNQBuxz3SZ
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